Mrs. Debbie Albert joined the faculty at High Point University in 2011. She earned both her undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and her Master’s degree in Elementary Education with a literacy concentration from High Point University. Mrs. Albert has been an educator for thirty-two years.
Mrs. Albert is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, and NCAEE (North Carolina Association of Elementary Educators). Mrs. Albert has been a presenter at both the regional and state conferences of NCAEE. She is on the regional advisory board for NCAEE and co-hosted the Region V Conference.
During her years in the elementary classroom, Mrs. Albert was named Teacher of the Year in both 2003-2004 and 2008-2009, has served as grade level chair, School Improvement Team (SIT) chair, a member of the School Staff Development Team, mentored new teachers, and served as a cooperating teacher for university interns.
Mrs. Albert’s professional interests focus on strategies for enhancing the joyful literary lives of children. She is particularly interested in how males see themselves as readers and writers, and the impact of poverty on young readers and writers. She currently teaches elementary education courses in children’s literature, process writing, classroom behavior management and the 21st century classroom instruction. Mrs. Albert coordinates student internships and the New Teacher Support Program.